The first of three presentations for this year will explore the Twelve Best Practices for Early Education. We are delighted to welcome Ann Lewin-Benham who literally “wrote the book” on the subject! Author/Educator Ann Lewin-Benham founded and directed the Model Early Learning Center (MELC) in Washington, DC […]
My second book on early childhood programs is available as of September 15, 2014. This book is entitled From Preschool to Prosperity: The Economic Payoff to Early Childhood Programs. This book is available free as a pdf file, at a nominal price ($0.99) on various e-book platforms, and at a […]
How can families, schools, and community organizations — like afterschool programs, museums, and libraries, to name just a few — join together to share responsibility for children’s learning throughout days and over years? To explore this question, we invite you to participate in an upcoming web conference, How […]
TLC is pleased to offer two special presentations in November: Trauma-Informed Mindfulness and Trauma-Informed Schools. They are being held at the same time, so you can only attend one. Monday, Nov. 3 8:30 a.m – 3:45 p.m This presentation will focus on trauma-informed mindfulness activities for children […]
As children, teachers, and families settle into new school years, NIEER/CEELO Assistant Research Professor Shannon Riley-Ayers reflects in a new post on what young children deserve in their educational lives to put them on track for success in their early education career and their learning down the road All young children […]
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